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State Seeking Proposals to Redesign 1,025 Subway Cars, Including 750 With “Open End” Design

By Staff   Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has issued a Request for Proposals for...

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Johnson Publishing Co. Ends Seven Decades of Media Leadership With Sale of Ebony, Jet

(TriceEdneyWire.com) – Johnson Publishing Co., the nation’s most successful African-American owned magazine publisher, is no...

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CNY Housing and Homeless Coalition Requests Applications for Grants to Fight Homelessness

By Staff   The Housing and Homeless Coalition of Central New York has reportedly requested applications from non-profit agencies who...

Solar Companies and Utilities Unite In Compromise In New York

By Staff   An unlikely alliance has formed in New York between some of the nation’s biggest solar energy developers and the...

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NY Lottery Announces New Instant Game That Uses Mobile Phone App

By Staff   New York State Lottery has announced a new scratch-off lottery ticket that will allow purchasers to find out whether...

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Harvard Report: Growing Poverty, Expanding Wealth Gaps Hinder Housing

By Charlene Crowell   NEWS ANALYSIS (TriceEdneyWire.com) – The State of the Nation’s Housing, released annually by Harvard...

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Syracuse Housing Authority Seeks Extension on Grant

The Syracuse Housing Authority has announced that it will seek an extension of the federal funding it received for homelessness prevention...

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Ebony and Jet Magazines Have Been Sold

By Frederick H. Lowe   (TriceEdneyWire.com) – Johnson Publishing Co. of Chicago has sold Ebony and Jet magazines for an...

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CNY “Genius NY” Competition Now Accepting Applications

By Staff   Central New York’s “Genius NY” competition is now accepting applications from local entrepreneurs,...

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Update: Common Council Passes Ordinance Requiring Contractors to Employ City Workers

(Update, June 7) – Syracuse’s Common Council has passed the Resident Employment Ordinance, requiring contractors who receive...